Good News Stories From The Sheffield Cats Shelter


We love success stories here at The Sheffield Cats Shelter so here are some of our many successful adoptions. We couldn’t do it without your support and donations – thank you!

Frankie and Dino

Frankie and Dino were our oldest residents at 17 years young. These lovely siblings came to us when their previous owner passed away, and we were determined to find them an ideal new home. That’s just what happened, and now Frankie and Dino have a great new home where they can enjoy a retirement full of love and warmth!

Mary And Forrest

Mary and Forrest were brought to us separately, but they soon became unseparable! These young cats had both had torrid starts to their lives. Forrest has a walking difficulty, but Mary took him under her wing and led him everywhere. They have been adopted together and are as loving as ever – Mary is still Forrest’s guiding angel, she’ll always be there for him!


All cats brought into our shelter are given a full veterinary check up, and we also ensure that they’re neutered and their vaccine and flea treatments are up to date. Binx is a beautiful, playful 1 year old, so we were dismayed to find that she tested positive for FELV – feline leukemia. Thankfully, a second test has proven that Binx does not have FELV and she can now look forward to a happy, healthy life in a new home – could it be with you?


Orwell had a hectic start to his life and was in need of a peaceful, loving home – he’d had enough of the Animal Farm life! After a successful adoption he is being treated like cat royalty, and his new owner says: “Orwell loves nothing more than chasing his feather toy around all day, and snoozing on a lap all evening. I couldn’t imagine life without him!”


The Sheffield Cats Shelter has been helping cats and kittens since 1897: that’s 125 years of shelter success stories and cat lives changed for the better, and we couldn’t do it without your help! We’d love it if you could make a donation, however small; every pound leads to another success story!